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Symbolographia, sive, De arte symbolica : sermones septem


Published 1702
Topics Emblems, Symbolism
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Pages 51-52 (first series) and 44-45 (sixth series) lacking in numbering

Errata: p. [64] at end

Includes indexes

Probably the same sheets as the 1701 issue, with a reset title-page reflecting the new publication date

171 plates of emblems, containing 2052 emblems altogether, by Johann Georg Wolffgang and Jacob Müller after designs J.C. Schalck; engraved title-vignette (printer's device); engraved head-piece; woodcut tail-pieces and decorative initials

De arte symbolica ad Erastum -- Classis I. : complectens sacra, seu Christiana, et apotheoses SS. -- Classiss II. : complectens heroica, pontificia, regia, polemica, equestria, genethliaca, erotica, epithalamica, funebria -- Classis III. : complectens symbolica ethica, politica pontificum, tegum, principum, cardinalium, &c. -- Classis IV. : complectens symbola satyrica, aenigmatica, inscriptiones -- Index symbolorum

Landwehr, J. German emblem books

Bound in old vellum; ink title on spine; edges stained blue


Publisher Augustae Vindelicorum & Dilingae : Apud Joannem Casparum Bencard
Pages 774
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language Latin
Call number 376553
Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation
Book contributor Getty Research Institute
Collection getty; americana
Notes No Table of Contents. Irregular pagination. Some misprinted and missing page numbers. Narrow margins. Foxing throughout book.
Scanfactors 10

Full catalog record MARCXML

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